09.11.09 - Space shuttle Discovery and its seven-member crew landed at 7:53 p.m. CDT Friday at Edwards Air Force Base, Calif., capping off a 14-day mission to deliver supplies and research facilities to the International Space Station and its six-person crew.
09.11.09 - There are four opportunities at two landing sites to bring space shuttle Discovery and its crew home to Earth today after a flight to resupply the International Space Station and deliver a new crew member.
09.10.09 - After monitoring weather right down to the wire, Mission Control reluctantly told Discovery’s astronauts that unstable conditions would not permit a landing Thursday at Kennedy Space Center in Florida.
09.10.09 - The astronauts on space shuttle Discovery are ready to wrap up a nearly 13-day flight with a landing this evening at the Kennedy Space Center in Florida.
09.09.09 - Discovery’s heat shield was cleared for landing today, and the crew checked out the systems that will be used to control the space shuttle’s return to Earth.
Informes del estado de la Misión STS-128 del Trasbordador Discovery están disponibles en español.